The Patriots will evidently have their eighth rookie starting quarterback in franchise history for Week 1 of the 2021 NFL season.
Which of Panini’s football card releases for the 2020 NFL season takes the cake as the year’s best?
Which rookies from the 2021 NFL Draft are in the best position to succeed immediately in their new homes?
Mock drafts are a timeless classic from a content perspective in any sport. But, is all of the effort that goes into one worth it?
The NFL must have gotten confused by all of the chaos that came with the NBA Trade Deadline, because three teams created a frenzy with rapid-fire deals a day later.
This year’s offseason will be remembered as the Year of the Quarterback, and fans can expect an absolute frenzy until the NFL’s 2021 season officially starts.
Less than a year after COVID-19 shook the world to its core, the NFL managed to put on 269 games in the span of just four months.
As 2020’s rookies finish up their first season, where should they rank in comparison to NFL Draft classes from recent years?
With 32 teams across the NFL, it’s tough for everyone to get exactly what they’re hoping for as the holiday season comes and goes. But, it helps to narrow things down with a specific wish list.
Kyler Murray and the Cardinals are living up to the hype in 2020, and it could be a problem for the rest of the NFL.
In 2020, the AFC East’s top contender isn’t Bill Belichick’s New England Patriots. It’s Sean McDermott’s Buffalo Bills.
The Dolphins are rolling with rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa as the team’s new starter, forcing Ryan Fitzpatrick into the second spot on the depth chart.
When looking at Justin Herbert’s play through his first few games in the NFL, it’s tough to think that he was the third QB taken in the 2020 NFL Draft.
Midway through the month of July, EA Sports began to release ratings for “Madden NFL 21,” starting with the “99 Club.”
Despite all of the question marks surrounding the upcoming NFL season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 NFL Draft came and went at the end of April, albeit in a completely-virtual setting.
As the NBA and NHL look at potential options for resuming their respective seasons this summer, they may see the NFL’s draft broadcast as a spark for some creativity.